AFDA student bags Most Promising Student award at 54th Fleur du Cap Awards
AFDA student bags Most Promising Student award at 54th Fleur du Cap Awards

Live Performance student Nancy Sekhokoane strutted off the red carpet at the 54th Fleur du Cap Awards with the Most Promising Student Actor award, making it two on the trot for AFDA students at the awards...

Issued by AFDA 13 Mar 2019

Eliminate your fears and doubts about teaching English to children
Eliminate your fears and doubts about teaching English to children

Wits Language School offers a specialised course in Teaching English to Young Learners. The course is ideal for pre-school, primary and EFL teachers no matter where you teach...

Issued by Wits Language School 11 Mar 2019

GIBS hosting the United Nations (UN) Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)Champions 2019 meeting 2019
GIBS hosting the United Nations (UN) Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)Champions 2019 meeting 2019

University of Pretoria's Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) has been chosen to host the United Nations (UN) Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) 2019 Champions Meeting from 4-8 March...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 7 Mar 2019

False Bay College shines at the National WorldSkills Competition
False Bay College shines at the National WorldSkills Competition

After an intense three days of competition at the Durban ICC for the National WorldSkills Competition, 23 of 65 medals over 19 categories were won by the WorldSkills Western Cape Team...

Issued by False Bay College 7 Mar 2019

AFDA alumni and students win big at the 13th annual SAFTAs
AFDA alumni and students win big at the 13th annual SAFTAs

AFDA students and alumni made the red carpet their own at the 13th annual South African Film and Television Awards, walking away with a host of Golden Horns...

Issued by AFDA 7 Mar 2019

Special focus on collaboration in education at The Trialogue Business in Society Conference 2019
Special focus on collaboration in education at The Trialogue Business in Society Conference 2019

The annual Trialogue Business in Society Conference brings together development stakeholders from the corporate, non-profit, government, academic and media sectors to share lessons and innovations for enhanced and lasting impact in development...

Issued by Trialogue 5 Mar 2019

Government's fiscal rescue plan under the spotlight at a Pre-Budget Roundtable
Government's fiscal rescue plan under the spotlight at a Pre-Budget Roundtable

Some of SA's foremost analytical minds in politics and economics sparked robust debate at the Regent Business School Pre-Budget Roundtable when they shared their insights, forecasts and perceptions on Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's looming Budget Speech...

Issued by Regent Business School 21 Feb 2019

Nurturing local animators for a global market
Nurturing local animators for a global market

While the South African animation sector is still in its infancy stages, it has potential to grow exponentially, pending consistent work commitment from international studios...

By Cate Hunter and Roshin Schmidt, Issued by False Bay College 21 Feb 2019

Colleges collaborate to bridge the education gap
Colleges collaborate to bridge the education gap

On Wednesday, 5 December 2018, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Western Cape Community Education and Training College (WCCETC) and False Bay TVET College...

By Roshin Schmidt, Issued by False Bay College 21 Feb 2019

Employee screening is a must for reputable colleges
Employee screening is a must for reputable colleges

With the sheer number of tertiary institutions in the country, it pays for smaller faculties to ensure all bases are covered by boosting their credibility as higher education institutions with the aid of thorough background checks on prospective employees...

Issued by LexisNexis 19 Feb 2019

IIE distance, online learning at Rosebank College
IIE distance, online learning at Rosebank College

Studying through distance allows you the flexibility to upskill yourself and do other things such as work, it is worth mentioning that textbooks for those studying IIE distance/online qualifications are included.

Issued by Rosebank College 18 Feb 2019

Ubambiswano: Unlocking the collective power of collective impact for our schools
Ubambiswano: Unlocking the collective power of collective impact for our schools

Can schools, on their own, see to the cognitive and psycho-social development of all our children?...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 15 Feb 2019

Registrations still accepted for 2019 at IIE Rosebank College
Registrations still accepted for 2019 at IIE Rosebank College

Don't let registration period pass you by. You can still apply and register to study at IIE Rosebank College in 2019, but the clock is ticking!..

Issued by Rosebank College 15 Feb 2019

14 business ideas for students who want to start a side hustle
14 business ideas for students who want to start a side hustle

"When it comes to business ideas for learners (university students), the biggest tip I can give is to look at your circumstances and environment and try to identify where the biggest challenges are," says Jalal Ghiassi-Razavi, association director at the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation...

Issued by Adclick Africa Media Group 14 Feb 2019

How to prepare leaders of tomorrow, today
How to prepare leaders of tomorrow, today

"Our greatest challenge is to create jobs for the unemployed of today, while preparing workers for the jobs of tomorrow." President Cyril Ramaphosa's 2019 SONA speech...

Issued by TSIBA 12 Feb 2019

Three AFDA films selected to compete for CILECT Prize 2019
Three AFDA films selected to compete for CILECT Prize 2019

The CILECT Prize includes 160 institutions from 60 countries, of which AFDA is a full member. Each CILECT Member School is permitted to submit one film in each category...

Issued by AFDA 7 Feb 2019